The Dos and Don'ts of Preserving a Knocked out Tooth

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Believe it or not, when a tooth is knocked out of your jaw, that doesn’t mean that you have to say goodbye to that tooth forever. If you act quickly and get help from an emergency dentist, it’s possible for that tooth to be transplanted back where it belongs. If the transplant is successful, you can go back to your daily life without anyone having even known that the tooth was knocked out.…

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Tips for Recovering from a Root Canal

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Are you going to be having a root canal procedure performed soon? If so, you’ll need to know the following tips for how you should deal with the discomfort afterward. Have Ice Packs Ready for Pain and Swelling You must use cold temperatures rather than hot temperatures to reduce the pain that you’re experiencing around the tooth. Have ice packs on hand so that you can place them on the outside of the mouth along your jawline.…

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Candy Season Is Here: How To Protect Your Child's Teeth And Braces During The Holidays

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The holidays are fast-approaching. If your child wears braces, now’s the time to start worrying about issues associated with candy, especially with Halloween right around the corner. As soon as your child comes home with their bag of candy, they’ll want to dig into the sweet stuff. Unfortunately, all that added sugar can wreak havoc on their teeth, especially while they’re wearing braces. Luckily, you don’t have to say no to all the candy; you just need to take some precautionary measures.…

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